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Number of Nurses Who Smoke Is Down: Report

The number of registered nurses in the United States who smoke fell by more than a third between 2003 and 2011, a new study shows. Researchers examined data collected from health professionals across the country and found no significant decline in smokin
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jan 30, 2014 09:39
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Current Survey: A recent study found that although fewer healthcare workers smoke compared with the general population, 8.34% still light up.

If you had colleagues who smoked, what would you do?
MedPage Today
added Jan 13, 2014 07:04
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CURRENT SURVEY: A recent study found that although fewer healthcare workers smoke compared with the general population, 8.34% still light up. If you had colleagues who smoked, what would you do?

Privately recommend smoking cessation / Publicly nag them / Nothing
MedPage Today
added Jan 11, 2014 13:02
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Getting 'unhooked': Smoking rates drop dramatically among registered nurses

"This decline is so important, not just for the health status of nurses but because studies continue to show that smoking by health care professionals sends a mixed message to patients," she said. The study used data on health care professionals from th
HealthCanal.com
added Jan 8, 2014 07:33
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[Europe, Switzerland] OncoBlog: On a Smoke Break With Lung Cancer Docs

The last time I attended the European Lung Cancer Congress, I witnessed what I considered an odd ritual. ... People who routinely witness the biological, clinical, and pathological ravages of smoking … ventured out into weather ... to take a smoke break.
MedPage Today
added Jan 7, 2014 21:48
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Getting 'unhooked': Smoking rates drop dramatically among registered nurses - World News Report

UCLA study tracking changes in smoking prevalence among nurses and other health care professionals between 2003 and 2011 found that the proportion of registered nurses who smoke dropped by more than a third during that period.
EIN (European Internet Network) Professional Edition
added Jan 7, 2014 21:17
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Changes in Smoking Prevalences Among Health Care Professionals From 2003 to 2010-2011 ($$)

Smoking by health care professionals is a barrier to tobacco interventions with patients.1 From 2003 to 2006-2007,2 smoking prevalences among health care professionals demonstrated no significant declines, with the highest prevalence among licensed practi
JAMA - Journal of the American Medical Association
added Jan 7, 2014 20:25
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[UK] Nurses cannot be expected to 'police' NHS smoking bans

Unions agreed nurses had a key role in offering advice and support patients, but said they should not be expected to enforce no-smoking policies or be blamed if patients did not give up.
Nursing Times
added Nov 30, 2013 12:27
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[UK] WOODS: “Protect children from second-hand smoke in cars”

Health professionals are a key voice in government decision making, as they witness first-hand the effects health policies have on the population. Please watch the videos at www.blf.org.uk/Linda and www.blf.org.uk/David and let your MP know if you suppor
Nursing Times
added Nov 1, 2013 13:29
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[Australia] Nurses fear smoking bans

Springborg is considering placing a blanket ban on smoking in Queensland Health facilities due to a growing number of hospital patients smoking around their buildings. Queensland Nurses Union State Secretary Beth Mohle tells Chris Adams while she support
4BC Radio 1116 (au)
added Oct 25, 2013 01:49
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